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The Australian Urban Street Tree Evaluation Program
Evaluations


Griffith Rd., Lavington, Albury.
Albury City Council
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Ulmus parvifolia 'Emer 1' syn. Emerald Isle Athena ™

Evaluation 3

Evaluation Date:9 Jun, 2012.
Evaluators:Claudia Green.
Committee Summary:This is a very consistent planting with all trees in very good health. The textured bark is a beautiful feature at this time of year when the trees are bare.
Management Inputs:Minor pruning.
Maintenance Requirements:None at this time.




 

Evaluation 2

Evaluation Date:2 Oct, 2008.
Evaluators:Gary Smith and Leanne Gillies.
Committee Summary:These trees were only just coming into leaf. They are starting to develop lovely bark, typical of the species.
Management Inputs:The powerlines within the street have been relocated to below ground.




 

Evaluation 1

Evaluation Date:26 Nov, 2002.
Evaluators:David Grant, Ian Rogers, Mike Smith.
Committee Summary:This planting is too young to evaluate. Details gathered for future reference.
Container Size:150 Litre.
Planting Date:Winter, 2002.







Ulmus parvifolia 'Geisha'

Evaluation 2

Evaluation Date:9 Jun, 2012.
Evaluators:Claudia Green.
Committee Summary:These trees have established well and are performing beautifully. The site could present some difficulties as the growing area is quite narrow and the building is on the north-west of the trees and would thus block the sun throughout much of the day. These trees seem to be coping well with these conditions however and would appear to be an excellent choice for the site.
Management Inputs:The guards and irrigation pipes have been removed very recently and overhanging branches have been pruned.
Maintenance Requirements:None at this time.




 

Evaluation 1

Evaluation Date:2 Oct, 2008.
Evaluators:Gary Smith and Leanne Gillies.
Committee Summary:These trees have been planted in quite a narrow site between the shopping centre wall and the footpath. This cultivar is produced as a 'standard' and is grafted at 1.8 metres. They are generally performing well and are quite uniform. This will be a great planting to follow. At the time of this evaluation although there were leaves on the trees they were not fully opened, so no measurements were taken.
Container Size:75L bags.
Planting Date:June 2006.
Management Inputs:Although the maintenance regime is not know these trees have been mulched and are obviously looked after.




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